Posted: Jun 25, 2010 11:30 AM by Greg Boyce
Updated: Jun 25, 2010 4:27 PM
A Denver company heard about a story aired on News First 5 last week documenting a roofing horror story.
After a hail storm a company started working on the roof of Margaret Quiroz. That was last August and the job was never finished. She didn't have the money to start over, so she spent the winter with a leaking roof. Much of it was covered with tar paper and tarps.
Friday Total Home Exteriors showed up with shingles, sheathing and a crew and gave Margaret a new roof.
"We were talking about it in our office and we thought, 'What if this would have happened to one of our relatives?' We've got the manpower and the resources to take care of this, so we thought we'd do the right thing," said Bill Paolino of Total Home Exteriors. He estimated the job to be worth about $8,000.
Margaret was close to tears. She said she didn't know how to thank them. She and her daughter planned on making lunch for the whole crew.